needful

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İngilizce - Türkçe
lazım olan
elzem
gerekli
{s} lazım
needfulnessgereklik
{s} lüzumlu
zorunlu
need
ihtiyaç

Araştırmalar, temel barınma ve gıda ihtiyaçları karşılanır karşılanmaz, ilave zenginliğin mutluluğa çok az şey kattığını gösteriyor. - Studies show that once the basic needs of shelter and food are met, additional wealth adds very little to happiness.

Büyük bir ordu ve donanmaya ihtiyaç olacaktı. - A large army and navy would be needed.

need
ihtiyaç duymak
need
gerek

Altı yaşında o, daktiloyu kullanmayı öğrendi ve öğretmenine el ile yazmayı öğrenmesine gerek kalmadığını söyledi. - At the age of six he had learned to use the typewriter and told the teacher that he did not need to learn to write by hand.

Uygun bir güvenlik duvarı sistemiyle bu sunucuyu yapılandırmam gerekiyor. - I need to configure this server with an appropriate firewall system.

need
gereksinim

Fabrikamızın birçok makineye gereksinimi var. - Our factory needs a lot of machinery.

Müşterilerimizin istek ve gereksinimlerini karşılamayı amaçlıyoruz. - We aim to satisfy our customers' wants and needs.

necessary, needful, requisite
Gerekli gerekli gerekli
need
fakirlik zaruret
need
{i} lüzum
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(İnşaat) ihtiyaç olmak
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{f} ihtiyaç duy

Ne kadar yaşlanırsanız, uykuya o kadar az ihtiyaç duyarsınız. - The older you get, the less sleep you need.

Tom ihtiyaç duyduğu tüm zamanı alabilir - Tom may take all the time he needs.

need
{i} muhtaçlık
need
{f} muhtaç olmak
need
{i} yoksulluk
need
{f} gerekmek

Dünya'nın petrol yerine yeni enerji kaynakları geliştirmesi gerekmektedir. - The world needs to develop new energy sources in place of oil.

Bizim karşılıklı sorunumuza bir çözüm bulmak için birlikte çalışmamız gerekmektedir. - We need to work together to find a solution to our mutual problem.

need
{i} 1. gereksinim, gereksinme, ihtiyaç; gerek, gereklik, gereklilik, lüzum: What are your needs? İhtiyaçlarınız nedir? a need for money para
need
gereksinim duymak
need
-e ihtiyacı olmak
need
{f} ihtiyacı olmak

Fakir olmak az şeye sahip olmak değil fakat çok şeye ihtiyacı olmaktır. - To be poor is not to have little, but to need much.

need
gerektirmek
need
eksiklik
need
gerek duymak
need
ihtiyaç hissetmek
need
gerekli olmak
need
ihtiyaç duyma

Avrupa hiç kimseye ihtiyaç duymaz. - Europe doesn't need anyone.

Sakalı var ve bu yüzden traş olmaya ihtiyaç duymaz. - He has a beard, and therefore he doesn't need to shave.

need
gerekirse

Tom gerekirse bilgisayarımı kullanabilir. - Tom may use my computer if he needs to.

Biriyle konuşman gerekirse istediğin zaman beni ara. - If you need to talk to someone, call me any time you want.

need
-e ihtiyaç duymak
need
-mesi gerekmek
need
-meli
need
-mali
need
gereksinmek
kindly request you to do the needful
gereğinin yapılmasını rica ederiz
need
lâzım olmak if need be icabında
need
gereksemek istemek
need
need ihtiyaç duy
need
yolsuzluk
need
gereksinim, gereksinme, ihtiyaç; gerek, gereklik, gereklilik, lüzum: What are your needs? İhtiyaçlarınız nedir? a need for money para
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(Askeri) GEREKSİNME, İHTİYAÇ
need
{f} gereksin

Fabrikamızın birçok makineye gereksinimi var. - Our factory needs a lot of machinery.

Sanırım benim yardımıma gereksinimin var. - I think you need my help.

need
gereklik
needfully
gerekli bir şekilde
needfully
zorunlu bir şekilde
Türkçe - Türkçe

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NEED
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Belâ, musibet. Zahmet, meşakkat
İngilizce - İngilizce
Needed, necessary, mandatory

So I went to keep house with him at the Why Not? and my aunt sent down my bag of clothes, and would have made over to Elzevir the pittance that my father left for my keep, but he said it was not needful, and he would have none of it.

{a} indispensibly requisit, neccessary, fit
necessary for relief or supply; "provided them with all things needful"
Full of need; in need or want; needy; distressing
Necessary for supply or relief; requisite
{s} necessary; important; required
Needful means necessary. The section of society most needful of such guidance is the young male. stoppages for needful rest and recreation. necessary
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To be necessary (to someone)

More ample spirit, then hitherto was wount, / Here needes me .

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To be obliged or required (to do something)

You need not go if you don't want to.

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A requirement for something

Our needs are not being met.

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Something required

I've always tried to have few needs beyond food, clothing and shelter.

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To have an absolute requirement for

Living things need water to survive.

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{n} necessity, want, exigence
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{v} to want, lack, require, be necessitated
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{a} with need or want, necessarily
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Expression of a means for solving a problem, without reference to embodiment Examples: "a means of removing dirt from clothing", instead of "a washing machine"
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If you say that you will do something, especially an extreme action, if need be, you mean that you will do if it is necessary. In British English, you can also say if needs be. They will now seek permission to take their case to the House of Lords, and, if need be, to the European Court of Human Rights
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usually considered as similar to minimum or piratical or threshold demand with the price dimension removed or not of major consideration
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A state of felt deprivation
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necessary things; business
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have or feel a need for; "always needing friends and money
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A physical state involving any lack or deficit within the organism See also drive, motive
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You use needn't when you are giving someone permission not to do something. You needn't come again, if you don't want to Need is also a verb. You don't need to wait for me
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need needs needing needed Need sometimes behaves like an ordinary verb, for example `She needs to know' and `She doesn't need to know' and sometimes like a modal, for example `She need know', `She needn't know', or, in more formal English, `She need not know.'
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A specific quantity of a specific good for which an individual would pay any price These are the goods and services a person must have
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If you are in need of something, you need it or ought to have it. I was all right but in need of rest He was badly in need of a shave The house was in need of modernisation when they bought it
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If something need not be true, it is not necessarily true or not always true. What is right for us need not be right for others Freedom need not mean independence
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The difference between cost of college attendance and a student's (and the student's parents') ability to pay that cost
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Value Want
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have need of; "This piano wants the attention of a competent tuner"
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One of the qualifying requirements for an insurance prospect He or she must have a genuine need for insurance
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To be obliged or required to
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The difference between the Cost of Education (COE) and the Expected Family Contribution (EFC) is the student's financial need It is the gap between the cost of attending the school and the student's resources
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If you need something, or need to do something, you cannot successfully achieve what you want or live properly without it. He desperately needed money I need to make a phone call I need you to do something for me I need you here, Wally I need you sane and sober. Need is also a noun. Charles has never felt the need to compete with anyone. the child who never had his need for attention and importance satisfied. the special nutritional needs of the elderly
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A user-related capability shortfall (such as those documented in a mission need statement, field deficiency report, or engineering change proposal), or an opportunity to satisfy a capability requirement because of a new technology application or breakthrough, or to reduce costs Can also apply to a shortfall in capability to accomplish supplier-related primary system functions (e g disposal)
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You can use need in expressions such as `Need I say more' and `Need I go on' when you want to avoid stating an obvious consequence of something you have just said. Mid-fifties, short black hair, grey moustache, distinctive Russian accent. Need I go on?
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the psychological feature that arouses an organism to action toward a desired goal; the reason for the action; that which gives purpose and direction to behavior; "we did not understand his motivation"; "he acted with the best of motives"
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The difference between the COA and the EFC is the student's financial need -- the gap between the cost of attending the school and the student's resources The financial aid package is based on the amount of financial need The process of determining a student's need is known as need analysis Cost of Attendance (COA)
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have need of
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in need of

Aren't you in need of help? - Aren't you in need of help?

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a state of extreme poverty or destitution; "their indigence appalled him"; "a general state of need exists among the homeless"
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If there is a need for something, that thing would improve a situation or something cannot happen without it. Mr Forrest believes there is a need for other similar schools throughout Britain `I think we should see a specialist.' --- `I don't think there's any need for that.' There's no need for you to stay
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is the concept that a patient has a clinical condition for which there is an effective intervention
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People in need do not have enough of essential things such as money, food, or good health. The education authorities have to provide for children in need Remember that when both of you were in need, I was the one who loaned you money
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{i} necessity, requirement; shortage of an indispensable item; distress, hardship
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A state that requires supply or relief; pressing occasion for something; necessity; urgent want
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Something needed
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Want of the means of subsistence; poverty; indigence; destitution
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{f} require; be in distress, be under hardship; be obligated
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The difference between a student's budget and Expected Family Contribution
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If you tell someone that they needn't do something, or that something needn't happen, you are telling them that that thing is not necessary, in order to make them feel better. You needn't worry Buying budget-priced furniture needn't mean compromising on quality or style Loneliness can be horrible, but it need not remain that way Need is also a verb. He replied, with a reassuring smile, `Oh, you don't need to worry about them.' You don't need to be a millionaire to consider having a bank account in Switzerland
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A state of perceived deprivation
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Student need is computed by subtracting the EFC from the COA
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emphasis You use need in expressions such as I need hardly say and I needn't add to emphasize that the person you are talking to already knows what you are going to say. I needn't add that if you fail to do as I ask, you will suffer the consequences. Need is also a verb. I hardly need to say that I have never lost contact with him
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The cost of college minus your Expected Family Contribution Colleges decide how much financial aid to offer based on your need
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anything that is necessary but lacking; "he had sufficient means to meet his simple needs"; "I tried to supply his wants" a condition requiring relief; "she satisfied his need for affection"; "God has no need of men to accomplish His work"; "there is a demand for jobs" have or feel a need for; "always needing friends and money
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Eligibility for financial aid Need is the difference between the student's budget (cost of attendance) and expected family contribution
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require as useful, just, or proper; "It takes nerve to do what she did"; "success usually requires hard work"; "This job asks a lot of patience and skill"; "This position demands a lot of personal sacrifice"; "This dinner calls for a spectacular dessert"; "This intervention does not postulates a patient's consent"
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To be wanted; to be necessary
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a condition requiring relief; "she satisfied his need for affection"; "God has no need of men to accomplish His work"; "there is a demand for jobs"
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To want strongly; to feel that one must have something
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have or feel a need for; "always needing friends and money"
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If someone needn't have done something, it was not necessary or useful for them to do it, although they did it. I was a little nervous when I announced my engagement to Grace, but I needn't have worried We spent a hell of a lot of money that we needn't have spent. If someone didn't need to do something, they needn't have done it. You didn't need to give me any more money you know, but thank you
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A measurable outcome discrepancy between "what is" and "what should be"; if there is no discrepancy, there is no need (Bennett and Clasper)
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If an object or place needs something doing to it, that action should be done to improve the object or place. If a task needs doing, it should be done to improve a particular situation. The building needs quite a few repairs. a garden that needs tidying The taste of vitamins is not too nice so the flavour sometimes needs to be disguised
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You can say `Who needs something?' as a way of emphasizing that you think that this thing is unnecessary or not useful. With apologies to my old history teacher, who needs history lessons? Cigarettes, who needs them?
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a pre-requisite for need to exist is that an individual have an ability to benefit from receipt of a health care service at the individual level That is, there must exist a service that can effectively address the health defect in question For societal level judgements, other factors such as resource constraints and cultural norms may influence judgements of what constitutes health care need, especially what needs can be met from the public purse (S2, II 2 ii) chinese | russian
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The difference between the resources available to the student (from parents and the student) and the student's cost of education budget
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In financial aid, Need refers to the difference between the Estimated Family Contribution and the student's Budget (Budget - EFC = Need)
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The difference between the Cost of Education and the Expected Family Contribution (EFC) is the student's financial need -- the gap between the cost of attending the school and the student's resources
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You can tell someone that there's no need for them to do something as a way of telling them not to do it or of telling them to stop doing it, for example because it is unnecessary. There's no need to call a doctor `I'm going to come with you.' --- `Now look, Sue, there's no need.'
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To be in want of; to have cause or occasion for; to lack; to require, as supply or relief
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That which is needful; anything necessary to be done; pl
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If you say that someone needn't do something, you are telling them not to do it, or advising or suggesting that they should not do it. Look, you needn't shout She need not know I'm here. Need is also a verb. Come along, Mother, we don't need to take up any more of Mr Kemp's time
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Situation of need; peril; danger
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Of necessity
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The perceived difference between the current state and a desired state
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anything that is necessary but lacking; "he had sufficient means to meet his simple needs"; "I tried to supply his wants"
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The difference between the COA and the EFC is the student's financial need - the gap between the student's resources and the cost of attending the school The financial aid package is often based on the amount of financial need The process of determining a student's need is known as the need analysis
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The need is the Estimated Budget minus the Resources indicated on the Award Letter - but keep in mind that we will award funding to cover the total Estimated Budget listed on your Award Letter
needfully
in a necessary manner, in an essential way necessarily, of need
needfully
In a needful manner
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